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economies and our security and we are going to have to work on mechanisms that help accommodate that, rules of conduct and other areas. that is an area where we continue to play a role. >> i think we made it pretty clear what our position is in the united states on this and it's not that the aid itself is new. or unique. the biggest concern that we have is how it was done so unilaterally and so immediately without any consultation or international consultation. that is not a wise course of action to take for any country. >> i have actually reached out to the schedulers to connect me with my counterpart and i expect it will occur following the vice presidents visit. i think it's worth noting we are not talking about sovereign space. we are talking about international air space adjacent to sovereign airspace and as you know the international norm i think as you know the international norm is you would only rip cord if you intended to injure the sovereign airspace of the country. it wasn't the declaration that actually was destabilizing. it was their assertion that it would cause all aircraft
and joined the labor force. the u-s economy added more than 200-thousand jobs in november. gains of 183 thousand jobs. analysts say the strongest sectors are transportation, warehousing, health care and manufacturing. this is encouraging news for the 11 million americans who are still unemployed. >> another week is ending without a deal on the federal budget. and the party leaders who have been overseeing the talks have left washington d.c. for the weekend. meaning it will be at least next week before an agreement can be reached. if a budget committee can't reach a deal by friday the 13th -- another budget showdown is expected. >> a police officer in new mexico has now been suspended for shooting at a mini-van with children inside. laura toe-rein has the latest. >> the cops said this she was not cooperative and when she started to drive away they stated that the officer opened fire. because of this he is temporarily off of the job. we asked them why it took them over a month to see that this officer needs to be suspended. a spokesperson stated that he had no comment. a lot of people hav
health of tech companies, the economic basis of the digital economy of this country, thirty six billion as the likely damage to u.s. and u.k. companies because people are not going to trust these companies on the basis of the domain. i have to include you need a privacy advocate, you need somebody external who has technical knowledge which i don't and many have. they have a school budget, 1.3 million, and there are all kinds of questions parliamentarians have started asking about whether it is right for is this not to be a full select committee of the house, whether it is right that the chair should be a former person with dealings with the intelligence committee. and whether they have enough resolve. i am hearing helpful suggestions, interesting suggestions about how it might be reformed as a result of newspaper coverage. >> thank you, alan rusbridger. thank you. what is the principal? all governments keep secrets. what should i think you're better place to adjudge what piece of that information should go public? or having a field day and this helps? >> i am not claiming to be better t
, very off. the unemployment rate, the fact that our economy is just starting to come back but not fast enough, the problem with the overseas adventures that we have been been involved in and other crises around the world. but i also see as i go around the country people who are hard at work, people in business -- and i talk to business leaders, financial leaders, mass audiences -- i still find that people are optimistic about the this country. they have confidence in who we are and what we are. an almost ray began-like confidence among the people. and if there's one thing that's really bugging them it's that they sense their leaders in washington don't understand how much confidence and optimism is still out there, and they're waiting for the leaders in washington to cut through the gordian knots of conflict and lack of compromise and get this country moving. so i have always tried to be optimistic and convey an attitude of optimism, and i am optimistic about this country. .. h'm >> for the first time in the history of american and jurisprudence a state government of florida the depart
. the upside is that the forecasters expect that the u.s. economy is gore to grow faster in the new year. >> is seems like they will taper and the concern is that if they do this, the interest rates could jump up. >> the time is 5:21 a.m.. former san diego mayor bob feel honfilner will be sentenced today on felony and misdemeanor charges. he pleaded guilty in october to charges related to placing a woman in a headlock, kissing another woman and grabbing the box of a third. a plea agreement, prosecutors said they will recommend that he did three months of home confinement and three years of probation and. the 71 year-old democrat left office august 30th it. >> a trip from louisiana to california took a bizarre turn. during a convention in houston. tom wagner says that he fell asleep on an express a jet flight filled with passengers, but when he woke up he was all alone and locked inside. he remembered that he took off his head after boarding the flight in lafayette and dozed off. he said that he woke up to wet cold pitch black cabinet houston. he stated that he was frantic and called his
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group in our economy. while it seems good, it does a disselfto the people you're trying to help. >> uh, no. welcome to the real world, senator, where there are still three job applicants for every one job out there, cutting the lifeline for active job seekers there not magically create, but it will put -- cutting unemployment benefits? that is a five ho ho ho, newt gingrich. first, let me say i believe there are things we could do to dramatically improve the impact. to actually prepare people for getting to work and versus a better job in the future. but took in the crossfire, weapon hawaii's democratic
" will continue right after this. ♪ (train horn) vo: wherever our trains go, the economy comes to life. norfolk southern. one line, infinite possibilities. >>> we're bringing you the breaks news, or special breaking news coverage here in "the situation room" of the death of nelson mandela, the first black president of south africa. a nobel peace prizewinner, certainly a great inspiration for the entire world, as a champion of freedom, civil rights and democracy. the current president of south africa announced the death of the 95-year-old mandela, calling him the country's greatest son. >> our prayers are with the mandela family. to them we owe a debt of gratitude. they have sacrificed much, and endured much so that our people could be free. >> jacob zuma speaking only a little while ago, the president of south africa. we want to welcome our viewers in the united states and around the world. i'm wolf blitzer here in washington. these are live pictures from outside the home of nelson mandela, outside johannesburg. the folks are gathering there, and they're paying their respects in the south afric
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of the college degree. programs strengthen the economy and boost workforce productivi productivity. it can increase employment and wages and move into students into the middle class. while ibm proud of the federal investment congress has made in the federal program and in recent years through the passage of student aid and fiscal responsibility act of 2010 and the college cost reduction and excess costs of 2007 i know the congress can do much more to support college access and success. unfortunately, recent budget agreement have reduced the funding by more than $50 billion by cutting hundreds of thousands of students from the program. many other changes with other federal student aid programs to fund the total grant program. we can do better than robbing peter to pay paul. the republican majority wants to eliminate hundreds of thousands if not millions more students from the program to program by cutting $98 billion by that program allowing. to be sure, students have continued to struggle to afford the cost of a college degree. skyrocketing college costs in recent years have eroded the pur
. residents and businesses say the closure will be devastating to the economy. there's no word on how long the bridge will be closed. state officials hint it could be months. a ferry system could be up and running. a round trip ride on the ferry will be 11 or 12 hours. american students are falling behind in the global classroom, according to test results focussing on maths, english and science. singapore, taiwan and south korea are at the top of the list. the american results were called a picture of stagnation. the test was given to 50-year-olds in 55 countries. a man was trapped for three days under water after his boat capsized off the coast of name earia. it was an accident that took the lives of many people. >> this was the mission to recover bodies from a boat. suddenly a rescue diver finds this. >> harrison survived for three days in a pocket of air, drinking water and fizzy drinks. is 11 of the crew died when it capsized and sank. >> a diver pulls harrison from the sunken boat. >> harrison is now safe and with a story of remarkable survival to tell. . >> it's amazing. he survived
of a project this big that has an impact on one sixth of our economy, whatever comes up, we're going to just fix it. >> the problem is, and we detailed this yesterday -- is that up to, according to the "washington post," up to one third of the people who think they have signed up for insurance haven't because there are problems at the back end that elisabeth was talking about, the back end as charles krauthammer yesterday explained was the back end is essentially the cash register. how the insurance companies get paid am in the form of subsidies and stuff like that because it doesn't work right now. they've got to estimate until they figure it all out. actually until they invent the software. >> medicare and medicaid has not finished building part of the web site to transfer billions of collars to those insurance companies. >> what's the hurry? >> i thought the one thing that stood out as i mentioned yesterday, because i was listening on the radio on satellite radio, the president went on to say, he seemed remind offensive in his approach. the site has gotten better, and jeff seems to have d
's not the aca. >> the other was the downgrading of the economy and also responsible to this administration the other two things listed were cuts to medicare. so two out of the top three have hurt my people and obviously i'm concerned about it and i think it's going to affect the elderly also disproportionately represented in the rural areas of my district. mr. holtz-eakin come in that regard you indicated that we shouldn't be looking at these medicaid advantage rates or the care advantage rates based on 2013, but we should be looking to the future. can you explain that more fully? >> i am concerned that the current experience was at the outset by the demonstration program, the medicare service and attrition program, which i will take this opportunity to say not all of the planes are uniformly wonderful. it's a good idea to have a program to rate but it does not reward good performance and it needs to be reformed so that actually does. but they put $8 billion disguised for the near-term. >> i appreciate that. mr. chairman, with batch i yield back. >> the chair thanks the gentleman and recog
books that have recently aired on booktv about the u.s. economy. and visit for this weekend's television schedule. >> while visiting idaho, booktv took a trip over to kellogg located about 36 miles away. the town was founded in the late 19th century by prospector noah kellogg. we sat down with julie whitesel weston who recalls the history of the town. >> kellogg, i remember playing in the park. i remember skiing in the mountains. i remember going to school, which i loved. and i remember all the people who were around, the miners went by our house in the morning. they came by our house in the amp. we could hear the -- in the afternoon. we could hear the mine whistles blow, we could see the lights of the rock house where the ore came in. but we weren't very much involved with the mine. we saw all these people, but we didn't -- i don't think any of us realized what was going on underneath us. so it was just kind of like a normal childhood. be the history of kellogg began with the jackass. noah kellogg was a miner, a prospector who came here from mines farther up the valley and
that are trying to make it in this economy, dave is this. >> there continues to be the argument, though, that if you do raise the minimum wage, not owned directly by mcdonalds, run by other people and would have to maybe lay off people, the argument goes or do automation. a lot of people are making that argument, even people that you would think would be on the other side of the aisle. that's obviously, i'm told by the people i talk to, something you have to think about. on the other hand, in this area, if the district and montgomery county are raising a modest increase in minimum wage, that would be a good thing, i'm told. you couldn't go from montgomery to get a better deal and d.c., back and forth. the question is, what is verge yain going to do? >> across the board, i've said it all the time. somehow both sides, those who don't want to raise minimum wage and those who do will have to come to some kind of compromise. the reason i'm saying that, last week we had the biggest road test of people walking offer the job. >> so we're doing food drives for walmart workers, okay? we have to d
speeches later today on the economy by top federal reserve officials. many will be looking for clues about the feds' economic stimulus program. taking a live look at the big board, the dow is up 13 and the nasdaq is up 9. s&p up 4. >>> 8:43. let's bring you up to date on some of the other top stories we're following for you right now -- the sonoma county sheriff's deputy who shot and killed 13-year-old andy lopez back in october, he's going back to work for the first time since the shooting. now, tomorrow supporters of andy lopez plan to gather outside of santa rosa city hall. they will march in protest to the sheriff's office. >>> traffic on highway 4 this morning, worse than usual. there have been two crashes. one near bailey road. another near port chicago highway. you can see the result. very slow traffic for commuters. >>> it's really cold in the bay area. another day of freezing temperatures. really dangerous for the homeless. at least four homeless people in the south bay have died of hypothermia. an autopsy will be conducted today on a man from dublin to see if the weather played a
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helped bring the unemployment rate down to seven%. seven percent. >> the economy gained 200 new positions last month. >>> the new numbers show problems with the healthcare exchange website are over. the response time on healthcare has improved ad imidnight sunday it was less thn 1%. >>> and in mexico six people are under arrest for stealing a cargo of radioactive material. they are at a hospital being tested for lai raition rai radi. >>> those are the headlines. america tonight is up flex. -- next. you cancel get th can get the ln al jazeera dot couldn't. i will see you back here on monday night.
in five years. the economy gained more than 200,000 positions. 20,000 more than expected. >> in mexico six arrested and facing charges after stealing radioactive material. they are in hospital being checked for radiation exposure. they'll be freed and handed over the government authorities. >> could be bug free. the response time is down to one second. i'm morgan radford. those are the headlines. "consider this" is up next. remember, you can get the latest news online at k >> coming how many - an 85-year-old american detained in north korea is now free. >> global mourning - cards and flowers overflying in johannesburg. >> help wanted - a december surprise on the jobs front. more companies are hiring and the economy shows signs of a rebound. >> hello, welcome to al jazeera america. i'm morgan radford, live in new york
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.s. economy is currently in a recession or not, 53% believe that we are still in a recession. four to one percent believe the recession is passed. there are some ideological cuts -- republicanste by a margin of 56 to 40% think we are still in a recession. that pushes against the other finding of who is optimistic. households are not above 50,000 a year, yet you have is finding that is somewhat ideological that we are still in a recession. and withnce 58% to 36 democrats 5144 believing that we are out of recession. that, slim margin on though. looking at that by income group, there are not as many surprises there as you would expect, but i would say there is this one ideological peas to where there are not we in a recession. when you are a republican you're much more likely to believe we are still in recession. stillwho believe we are in a recession also much more likely to disapprove of president obama's job performance and are considerably more skeptical about participating in the financial system. if you believe that we are in a 65/28ion, your disapprove/approve of the job that he is do
and recommend come and visit. i hope they enjoy the book. >> editorial cartoonist for the economy. >> here is a look as some of the best-selling nonfiction books. this reflects sales as of november 1st. giving the alliance by malcolm landreau questioning people rebellious authority. you can once and discuss his book online at second is the bully pulpit by pulitzer prize-winning historic she examines the relationship. sphere >> up next on book tv, after words. this week sociologists michael kimmel and his book angry white men. american masculinity at the end of an era. in it, the stony brook university professor argues that many white men see increased gender and racial equality is a major contributor to their downward mobility and they're angry about the declining dominance in american society. this program is about an hour. ..
with machinery. we see that in the economy so i want to talk with you before bruce because the institute has been supportive of that research that is replacing humans with machinery >> thank you bruce cats. >> well, we've about that here before there are disrush active technologies in the past where it will dmich employment so i don't want to by any stretch want to talk about rofbdz for certain kinds of work but if we focus as the mayor and a connie has focused about a very different kind of committee that's productive and innovative that's resilient; right? and we begin to talk about some of those issues like the shift to 0 lower carbon economy as giving cities and metz the first advantage i don't think we should be overly worried or concerned about this technical innovation and we went off course for a very long time by this is our wake up call this is the moment we need to understand what assets and advantages we have in the world and we need to max maximum misses their opportunity. if we can stay on that focus i think we can make up the jobs deficit about 10 million jobs in the country we c
.z. >>. >>> major news about the economy tonight. a jump in construction and manufacturing jobs helped bring the unemployment rate down to 7% it's the lowest in five years the economy gained more than 200,000 new positions last month. 20,000 more than expected. >> a wintery storm is bringing ice snow and freezing temperatures across the country. winter storm warnings are in effect for
haiyan. there is a big effort taking place to at least get the local economy moving. >> reporter: there is very, very little left on the shoreline here. this man is a fisherman, or he was. how much were you earning before typhoon hit and how much now? >> translator: before i was earning about 300 pesos a day from the catch, but now i don't earn anything, because what i catch is what we eat. because i don't have a boat. >> reporter: and the truth is is story is replicated thousands of times across the area. the challenge has been to get people working and to let the local economy take over again. every street is an absolute mess and they need cleaning up, which means you have ready-made jobs. which is why you have got upwards of 20,000 people lining up every morning in the work for cash system. >> 500 pesos, so that even if they are cleaning their house, we pay them. our point is that if every one of them are cleaning up, we can revive it, and with the money that they have on hand, they are able to buy things. if you go to the markets now, there are a lot of things for sale. immed
. what is going on in the economy? >> i think its more serious than the economy. employers own the long-term unemployment, and the what has d is the employment infrastructure, the methods, the tools that employers use to recruit and hire people. where in the past if you want to find a job you had to be able to walk into a job interview, demonstrate to an interhands down that you could do the work. if it was management, mechanical, weather. you had to demonstrate that you can do it profitbly for the employer. what has changed dramatically not what needs to be done to recruit and hire. what has changed is that employers are working on a dum dumbed-down system of databases and key words. rather than having intelligent discussion that allows the person to show you how they're going profit their business, employers are matching key words in the date abou database to ken resumÉs. they. >> peter, this up ends everything that we hear about how labor markets work. you need people to do tasks in your enterprise, and when you need them you got to get them. how could employers just sit on openings
and violence focused the attention of the world on the depths of racism and boycotts choked off the economy and mandela was the most famous prisoner in the world. the powerful international condemnation and growing domestic unrest chipped away at apartheid until finally mandela was released from prison, it was february 11, 1990, the streets flowed with joy. and the man who had become a powerful symbol of resistance walked free. bowing never to go back to the black apartheid. >> i have spoken about freedom in my lifetime. your commitment and your discipline has released me doing know, that is the way he was. >> reporter: on this day even they pay tribute to mandela and got it when she toured the places he was detained like table mountain and cape town to so many like him mandela was more than a man. >> he is one, the chosen one. >> reporter: inside the u.n. security council thursday night a moment of silence. throughout new york city people celebrated mandela's life from singing in the streets to the marquis in harlem apollo theatre and spoke to the visit to the city in 1990. and he still
, the overall economy is struggling. >> and housing should be doing well, but like anything else, the 2-8 is relative, and if mortgage rates going from 4.2% to 5%, does that slow down the housing market? >> yeah. it does. rates back up 100 basis points. >> what would you put the housing rebound at right now? at a 6 or so on a scale of 1 to 10? an 8? >> i would say it's about a four. >> for housing? >> yes. >> do you think that's what worries the fed, too, why they haven't tapered to this point? >> i think that was the deciding factor for why they didn't taper in disease. they saw the mortgage rates going up, housing, and they said, whoa, all this tightening has occurred without us. just as the concern for confidence. >> what you just said, for the rest of the economy, is the fed being so active, is that a positive for confidence? i would think if i knew that i could get zero interest rates or the next two or three years, i would feel confident. but then again, i can see it the other way where, wow, if we need this much help, the underlying dynamics aren't that strong. is if fed helping
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